We strongly advise & encourage that children should start getting routine  oral assessment from as young as 6 months old.of age. Firstly,  It will help your child to become familiar with the dentist and gives us a chance to develop a long lasting doctor-patient relationship without the risk of dental fear later in their life.Secondly, We can diagnose and treat dental abnormalities at  early age so the child can get proper treatment to prevent major dental problems. examples of conditions that can be treated at early life are Cleft palate, Cleft lip, Tongue tie, neonatal teeth etc.

Early oral assessment will evaluate the different elements of your kid’s smile and long term solution for their oral development. We pride ourselves on designing treatment plans which assure your little ones to develop and maintain healthy smiles for their whole life.

Dr. Brar strongly believes in preventing dental disease at initial age and provides many preventive services. The preventive services that we provide to our patients are:-

  • Simple cleaning or Prophy-Adult/Child.
  • Dental sealants
  • Fluoride varnish
  • Oral cancer screening.
  • Improper bite also called ” malocclusion”
  • Clenching or grinding of teeth.
  • Incorrectly arranged teeth.
  • Abnormal tooth development.
  • Habits such as thumb sucking which further leads to jaw deformity.
  • Early tooth cavities.
  • Space maintainers.
  • Mouth guards/night guards.

These problems may impact your kid’s oral health & dental development so, early care from a young age is very important.

Visit us to get your kid’s oral health evaluated, we are pleased to guide you the appropriate solution for your loved ones.

We understand that not all of our patients can afford dental insurance so we provide great specials to make dental services affordable and accessible to each and every one.

Our office provides complete dental examination, x-rays, simple cleaning and fluoride for as low as $ 59.00.

Call our office in Griffith, Indiana to know about other specials that we have for our uninsured patients